Check out the vast forest and natural area of Invergarry Park, which is also home to one of the region's largest downhill mountain bike parks.
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Invergarry Park dates back to 1913, when the Surrey Municipality began consolidating land for the conservation of the Bon Accord ravine and creek system. Today, the park protects over 37.5 hectares (92.5 acres) of significant natural forest and riparian creek habitat and has a number of beautiful nature trails.
Within the park there are many walking trails to explore, as well as the Bon Accord Creek system. Trail access can be found at the ends of Gladstone Drive, Currie Drive, 111 Avenue, 114 Avenue and Surrey Road.
Within the eastern part of the Park, around Wallace Drive and Surrey Road, you'll find the Invergarry Mountain Bike Park, one of the premier downhill mountain bike parks in the Lower Mainland.
Invergarry Mountain Bike Park
This local treasure is one of the Lower Mainland’s premier mountain bike parks. While it offers a range of trails to suit various skill levels and ages, it also boasts some of Surrey’s most expert terrain. The progressive trails offer up to 25 metres of vertical, with features that range from small rollers to large kickers and gap jumps - all flowing through a unique forest setting.
Each trail offers different and challenging terrain, so check the route map and walk each trail on foot before taking your bike through. Use caution - some of the terrain is expert only with drops up to 3 metres.
Access Invergarry Mountain Bike Park from Wallace Drive and Surrey Road, where you will find a small gravel parking lot.
The City continues to make improvements to the park to ensure current safety standards, and to provide a variety of trail features. View the Invergarry Bike Park Master Plan to learn more.